Wheatus' Brendan Brown chats to Keri ahead of Splashy Fen

Wheatus' Brendan Brown chats to Keri ahead of Splashy Fen

Brendan Brown from the legendary group Wheatus chatted to Keri Miller about the band's upcoming performance at this year's Splashy Fen.

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Wheatus' Brendan Brown opened up to Keri about coming back to South Africa 18 years on from the band's first visit, and what it's like working with a sibling.

Keri asked if he feels the pressure of the changes in the band, and him being the constant rock. Their iconic hit, 'Teenage Dirtbag', is part of many people's childhood, so there is no doubt constant pressure to deliver.

Their upcoming world tour brings back many childhood memories for thousands of fans. He speaks about the many youthful songs in the band's locker, and the energy which is still thriving on stage and within the band.

Also read: Westlife's Nicky Byrne talks to Keri about new song and upcoming tour

Catch Wheatus performing live at this year's Splashy Fen, which takes place over the Easter long weekend from Thursday, 18 April to Monday, 22 April. For more info and to buy tickets, click here.

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